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Old 07-06-2007, 02:46 PM
Mr_Johnny_D Mr_Johnny_D is offline
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Default Aligning Rythm Tracks to Click Track (Beat Detective/Other)


I have recorded various rhythm instrument tracks and would like to sync some areas where they are not aligned exactly with one another and/or the metronome/click track. Variations are minor and for many folks not even detectible. Nonetheless, before additional tracks are recorded, I want to sync all basic rhythm instruments.

Rather than performing this manually, can this function be done automatically within Beat Detectives or some other Pro-tools feature?

I'm not able to understand if there is such a feature when refering to the help manuals.

Any direction is greatly appreciated!
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